Auntie Zeituni Gripes About the Accommodations on Her Free Ride
Apparently the self-pity Comrade Obama exhibits whenever he’s criticized runs in the family, as demonstrated by his welfare queen illegal alien Aunt Zeituni. From Howie Carr:
So here she is, the president’s half-aunt, 58 years old, “retired,” living in public housing where Americans must wait years for an opening, getting $700 a month from a system into which she never contributed.
“I have been treated like Public Enemy Number One,” she told Channel 4’s Jonathan Elias the other night. …
“I did not take advantage of the system,” she said. “The system took advantage of me.”
How’s that War on Poverty working out for you? About as well as Ted Kennedy’s Immigration Reform Act of 1965, I’d say. They’re only here to collect the welfare checks Americans can’t be bothered collecting.
Elias did a fine job interviewing her, asking all the right questions. He said there was “zero contrition,” which is putting it mildly. And you thought her half-nephew had an astounding sense of entitlement.
Auntie Zeituni informs us that we have an “obligation” to grant her citizenship, not for her nonexistent contributions to our society, but simply because she showed up with her hand out.
At least the poor woman’s life isn’t a living hell, like Michelle Antoinette’s.
Parasites like Auntie Zeituni are why we will soon have means testing for Social Security. If we are going to “spread the wealth around” while keeping the system from total collapse, it will soon have to be divided into those who pay in and those who take out.
On tips from Infidel Joe, G. Fox, SR, Ianto, Bill T, ToddonCapeCod, and Byron. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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